The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment to parade through Chorley town centre

Local people are being urged to line the streets of Chorley on Saturday 22 July to watch soldiers from the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment march through the town centre. The Regiment was awarded the Freedom of the Borough by Chorley Council in 2007. This ceremonial parade, organised by the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment and Chorley … Read more


Lancaster Jazz Festival: 15 – 17 September 2017 Dinosaur led by award-winning trumpet player Laura Jurd to headline September festival. Lancaster Jazz Festival has announced the headline act for the seventh annual festival this September. British quartet Dinosaur, led by award-winning trumpet player Laura Jurd, will perform in The Round at The Dukes, Lancaster on Saturday 16 September. Tickets for the … Read more

Get your skates on

A new skating exhibition has rolled in at the Lancaster Maritime Museum. The free display, ‘Get Your Skates On!’ will run until Wednesday 2 August. The display will tell the history of the popularity of roller skating and highlight the enthusiasm for roller skating in Lancashire. Julie Bell, head of Lancashire County Council’s libraries, museums, … Read more

Secret Agent at Lancaster Castle

Lancaster Castle is raising the curtain on the production of a new murder mystery this month. The performance of ‘Secret Agent’, by Morecambe-based After Dark Murder Mystery Events, will take place on Saturday 20 May at 7.30pm. The show promises to be an evening of participation and fun, which brings the characters to life and … Read more

Have tea with Oscar Wilde at Lancaster Castle

Lancaster Castle is hosting an original work inspired by one of the 19th Century’s best-known playwrights this month. ‘Tea with Oscar Wilde’ will take place on Saturday 18 March at 7.30pm. The performance reimagines the popular modern chat show for the Victorian age, hosted by the acclaimed wit of the era, Oscar Wilde. Following the … Read more